What features are important to consider when shopping for a new car for sale in Sioux City, IA? Two specific areas typically reign supreme for most drivers: safety and technology. When you buy a Honda car, SUV, or truck, you get the best of both worlds. The suite of technology that provides drivers a safer ride is labeled as Honda Sensing®. One popular feature offered is Honda’s Lane Keeping Assist System (LKAS). So what is Lane Keeping Assist and why is it important? Join Vern Eide Honda Sioux City as we review Honda’s Lane Keeping Assist.
The short answer on how to use the LKAS driver-assist feature is simple: just drive! By keeping your hands on the wheel and vehicle speeds between 45-90 mph, LKAS will make subtle adjustments to your steering to keep you in the detected lane if you begin to drift outside your current lane without signaling. It’s that easy.
For models that include Honda Sensing as standard technology, LKAS doesn’t require any additional input from the driver. But you will want to have the system activated if it isn’t already. To do so, follow these quick steps to turn on Honda’s LKAS:
Every 2022 Honda Accord trim level comes standard with the Lane Keeping Assist System.
From LX to Touring, every 2022 Honda Civic Sedan trim has the Lane Keeping Assist System as standard.
From LX to Touring, every 2022 Honda CR-V has standard-equipped Lane Keeping Assist System.
All 2022 Honda Odyssey trim levels come standard with the Lane Keeping Assist System.
Follow the links below to learn more about the advanced safety features and driver-assistive technologies offered by the Honda Sensing suite.